- Michigan Blueberry Commission
- U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council
- Northwest Berry and Grape Information Network
- Rutgers University Blueberry and Cranberry Research
- New Jersey Blueberry Bulletin
- University of Maine Extension Native Wild Blueberry
Published on December 13, 2016
Cultural, biological and chemical control of spotted wing Drosophila in organic small fruit crops.
Published on September 26, 2016
This bulletin describes the diagnosis of problems related to nutrition, commonly used fertilizers and techniques for correcting nutritional problems.
Published on November 23, 2015
Scouting and monitoring for pests is a critical step in quantifying potential damage that can be caused by a pest and aids in determining if intervention to control the pest is warranted.
Published on November 13, 2015
Published on November 11, 2015
A guide for integrated pest management scouting in highbush blueberries.
Published on November 10, 2015
Aphids are a sporadic pest in blueberries, but they can sometimes reach high densities. Their abundance should be monitored each year to help prevent outbreaks. The primary species in blueberries in Michigan is the blueberry aphid, Illinoia pepperi.
Published on November 9, 2015
Japanese Beetle: Popillia japonica Newman (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
Published on October 26, 2015
Anthracnose fruit rot is the most common and widespread fruit disease of blueberries in Michigan and the United States. This disease is typically caused by Colletotrichum acutatum.
Published on June 1, 2015
The spotted wing drosophila (SWD) is an invasive pest of berries, stone fruit, grapes, and some pome fruit crops. It is native to Asia but was detected in North America for the first time in California during 2008.
Published on September 8, 2014
Blueberries can be preserved and served in many ways. Michigan-grown blueberries are available during July and August.